12 popular desserts that can be delivered to your house for a well-deserved sweet treat on WFH days

Been stuck on your work chair and glued to the screens all day? Well, we say it’s time for you to enjoy a little mid-day perk-me-up – in the form of a good dessert!

Ahead, we gathered 12 popular desserts that you treat yourself to as you hustle from home. And the best part? Everything that we featured in this list can be delivered right to your doorstep! You’re welcome.

1. Doughnut Shack

Founded in 2016, Doughnut Shack is arguably the local doughnut specialist – the bakery offers every kind of doughnuts that you could possibly imagine, from classic ones to doughnut holes, cake doughnuts, and many more.

You may have also heard of the bakery when it first rolled out Singapore’s first-ever Chilli Crab doughnut, but Doughnut Shack has many other classic and interesting flavours that might be up your alley.

Among all the flavours on offer, we think the Donutella is a must-have. Picture this: a chewy doughnut stuffed with a combination of the crowd-favourite Nutella, and the well-loved French dessert, Crème Brûlée – how could anyone possibly resist this?

Prefer something more traditional instead? Try the Salted Caramel and Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel doughnuts.

Available for purchase in either a set of two (S$6), six (S$16.90) or 20 (S$56), you can place your orders on Oddle. Delivery fees apply, according to your selected location. 

2. Elijah Pies

Elijah Pies doesn’t just make some of the prettiest pies we’ve ever seen, but they come in flavours that are equally unique too.


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If you want to snack on a variety of flavours, we highly recommend going for the nine-piece Mini Pies Series set (S$29.90). On our list of must-try flavours? We are definitely eyeing the Cereal Milk Pie and Honey Chrysanthemum Pie.

If you know anyone else who’s in need of a mid-week mood-lifter, this adorable mini pie set would certainly make a sweet surprise gift for them. While these mini pie sets are not available all year round, they do make a comeback every now and then (especially during the festive seasons), so make sure you’re following Elijah Pies on Instagram to get the latest updates!


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Have a bigger appetite to satiate? Go all out and order the nine-inch full-size pies instead. Boasting delectable one-of-a-kind flavours such as Black Truffle Mash and Wild Berry Lavender, these pies are presented with a fluffy layer of cream that’s topped off with some of the prettiest decors we’ve ever seen, from tie-dye swirls to flower petal toppings.

The 9-inch full-size pies are priced between S$45 and S$62, and you can now have these pies delivered right to your doorstep for free! Place your orders via this Google form.

3. Inside Scoop

Like your ice cream with a local twist? Then, you definitely need to give this Malaysian-born ice cream parlour a try!


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One of Inside Scoop’s must-eats is the signature buttermilk waffle, which you can’t go wrong with any ice cream flavour(s) of your choice.


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We’ve all heard about unique ice cream flavours churned from other brands, but Inside Scoop takes it to a whole new level with locally infused flavours adopted from both Malaysia and Singapore, a representation of the brand’s roots.

Durian lovers are in for double treat with flavours such as Mao Shan Wang and D24. Some other local flavours you can look forward to trying are Teh Tarik and Marbled Black Sesame.

Available for delivery via GrabFood, you can now have ice cream pints and waffles from Inside Scoop right at the comfort of your own home. 

Related read: We chat with the founders of Inside Scoop, popular Malaysian ice cream café that recently landed in Singapore

4. Brotherbird Coffeehouse

You would’ve probably seen these innovative croissants from Brotherbird Coffeehouse making rounds on your social media.

What Brotherbird does differently than others is that it dishes new exciting flavours each month, so you can certainly look forward to a gastronomic adventure every time.

Just be sure to warm up your fingers when the pre-order slots open because the bakes are often sold out within minutes of announcement.

For something that hits the sweet spot, there’s the Rocher Croissant and Lemon Meringue Croissant, while the Mentaiko Prawn Twice-Baked Croissant and Ondeh Ondeh Twice-baked Croissant will surely satisfy those with a penchant for savoury flavours.

Orders can be placed via the Brotherbird Coffeehouse website, and a minimum order of six pieces (S$30) is required. Delivery fee is a flat rate of S$10 per location.

5. 108 Matcha Saro

Matcha lovers will definitely be familiar with 108 Matcha Saro – after all, it’s the go-to dessert place for all things matcha.

Among the various green tea-based desserts available here, you have to try the Cheese Trio (S$3.50 each) which comprises three kinds of cheese – 108’s premium cheese mix, Cheddar mozzarella, and French cream cheese – sandwiched between two soft, fluffy matcha pancakes.

Another signature on the menu is the Warabi Mochi (S$5.50 per cup). Chewy mochi coated with quality matcha powder that instantly melts in your mouth – what’s not to love about it?

Get your hands on some matcha goodness via food delivery apps such as GrabFood, Foodpanda, and Deliveroo.

6. Birds of Paradise

If artisanal ice cream from homegrown brand Birds of Paradise never fails to put a smile on your face, you can now rejoice at the fact that you can get it delivered right to you with just a click of a button!


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Of all the nature-inspired flavours served here, White Chrysanthemum is a crowd-favourite that offers hints of delicate floral sweetness with an infusion of chrysanthemum florets, finished off with a sprinkle of cacao nibs.


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Another well-loved flavour on the menu is Sea Salt Hojicha, which has an earthy and nutty taste that just comforts the soul so well.

A pint of Birds of Paradise ice cream is sold at S$17 online, extra toppings can be added on at S$2 per topping. Also available for delivery are ice-cream bundles sold in a set of four (S$68), with two themes for you to choose from. The Delight Set is one that’s filled with fruity flavours such as Strawberry Basil and Spiced Pear while the Paradise Set is filled with natural earthy flavours such as White Chrysanthemum and Roasted Sesame.

7. Folks & Stories

Serving specially crafted bakes inspired by everyday people and situations – just as the brand name suggests, Folks & Stories is definitely a bakery you can’t miss if you’re looking for bakes that are not only yummy but also warms the heart with every bite.


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You’d want to get your hands on the signature Soft Baked Cookies (from S$3.90 each), which are all lovingly handmade – so no two cookies will look the same – to be utterly crispy on the outside but light and oozy in the middle.


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Folks & Stories also offer an array of gift box options, making it extremely easy to gift some delicious bakes to a fellow cookie monster who will absolutely love a rich and gooey cookie.

You can now place your orders on the Folks & Stories website.

8. Salted Caramel

If you’re an avid TikTok user, you would’ve definitely seen this popular ice cream hangout appearing endlessly on your FYP (For You Page).

Insta-worthy space aside, Salted Caramel’s one-of-a-kind ice cream flavours are probably another reason why it’s getting so much buzz on TikTok.

For example, there’s the Horlicks and Tim Tam which we think any chocolate lover would fall in love with. Or how about a scoop of Earl Grey If you prefer something lighter on the palate?

For those with lactose intolerance, Salted Caramel’s got you covered too with dairy-free sorbet offerings such as Passionfruit Mango that you can indulge in without worrying about upsetting your sensitive tummy.

Other flavours on the menu that you can check out include Peppermint Brownie, Salted Caramel (duh!), and Chamomile Honey.

Get a pint of ice cream at S$13.90 or opt for a four-pint bundle at S$55 via Oddle.

9. Kele Roll Cake

What happens when you put ice cream and Swiss rolls together? Wee, that’s what local bakery Kele did and the result is a sister brand called Kele Roll Cake that solely offers an assortment of delectable ice cream Swiss rolls.


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With more than 10 flavours across two categories to choose from – King of Fruits/Premium Flavours (S$12.90) and Special Flavours (S$10.90), you will definitely be spoilt for choice when you browse the menu.

In the mood for something refreshing? Look at the range of Premium Flavours that includes Mao Shan Wang, Lychee Martini, Rose Cream Cheese, and many more. Or, satisfy your sweet tooth with flavours such as Rum & Raisin, Avocado Gula Melaka, and classic Chocolate from the Special Flavours series.

These ice cream Swiss rolls are available for purchase on Kele Roll Cake’s website. Get a free cooler bag with every three rolls purchased!

10. Ah Chew Desserts

If you want a comforting bowl of dessert over at Ah Chew Desserts but don’t feel like heading out to grab one, fret not – the dessert store has got you covered with island-wide delivery options now!


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A definite must-try here is, of course, the signature Mango Pomelo Sago (S$5.30) that is both refreshing and satisfying at the same time.

Looking for a warm bowl of dessert instead? Go for the Steamed Milk Egg White with Red Bean Topping (S$4.60) or the Yam Paste with Ginkgo Nut (S$3.60).

You can now get your favourite local desserts Ah Chew Desserts via food delivery apps such as Porterfetch, Deliveroo, and GrabFood.

11. Roji Monster

We’re not sure if you remember, but these adorable-looking Monster ice creams were hugely popular in the 2010s before losing traction gradually. Well, it seems like the dessert is making a comeback recently with frequent appearances on our TikTok’s FYP.

The shaved ice dessert is fully customisable, so you can go crazy with the combination of flavours. Start by choosing from five different flavours as your base – Milk, Matcha, Belgian Chocolate, Black Sesame, and Mango Passionfruit.

Following that, you can then pick from more than 10 available toppings to add the final touches to your adorable-looking dessert.

If you’ve yet to try this trendy dessert, you can now do so with their delivery service via GrabFood.

12. Fluff Bakery

With over 99,000 followers on Instagram, you know Fluff Bakery is the real deal when it comes to seriously good bakes!


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For the unaware though, Fluff Bakery specialises mainly in doughnuts and cupcakes, and only sends out the freshest bakes possible daily. You’ll also be in for a surprise when you shop for your desserts here because the bakery is constantly inventing new flavours all the time.

On the cupcake (S$4 each) menu, you can check out flavours like Nutella Red Velvet, Horlicks, and Pandan Kaya Cheese.


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Doughnuts (S$4) here come in four classic flavours: Vanilla Bean, Toffee Nut, Lemon Cheesecake, and 55% Dark Chocolate – just get all four variants if you have a tough time deciding.

You can now place your orders online via Fluff Bakery’s website and have them delivered right to your doorstep. Fluff Bakery offers complimentary delivery for orders above S$100 (S$12 for addresses in Tuas and Changi).